Design for Autism
KSS Architects’ new Education and Outreach Center and Briggs/Dobias Adult Employment Center, both for Eden Autism Services in New Jersey, are just two examples of how design is changing to meet the needs of people with autism and special needs.
3D Max and Photoshop – Oh my!
Following a discussion on Revit, KSS continued its design-savvy discussion at KSS University with two sessions – one on 3D Studio Max and another on Photoshop.
Lesson in Collaboration
When Jacqueline Noelle Baptiste, a senior at The Hun School in Princeton, started her job shadowing experience at KSS, she wasn’t sure what to expect. But after a week of getting a sneak peek into all facets of the firm – from architecture and interior design, to communications and marketing – she has a new appreciation for the profession she plans to pursue at Temple University’s Tyler School of Art in the fall.